Meet Regina

Hi! I’m Regina (I also go by Regi). I’m a wife to an awesome guy and mom of four amazing kids (now all college-aged young adults). We also have a dog named Maya, and a neighbor cat we claim, and have named Rocky. 

I started my fitness and health journey in high school when I started running. I went out for sports, but all the natural athletic ability went to my brothers. In college, I found my place in a step aerobics class. Music, simple choreography, and a Step were my jam. That experience led to me teaching fitness classes and working as a personal trainer. I graduated from college with a major in recreation therapy and fitness management. After all these years, I still love to share my passion for helping people, especially women, feel and move better in their bodies. And now at the sweet age of 48, how to also really help women who are doing all the “right things,” but can’t seem to make the changes they could when they were younger. I see you and I understand. 

Along the journey, I also discovered the beauty of mindfulness. Mindfulness is something you most likely have experienced at some level when you are working out. However, learning how to connect the dots and create greater changes in your headspace and body can go a long way to your quality and joy of life. Everything you do and practice in a cardio, pilates, and/or yoga class, you can take with you into your daily life.

Along with group exercise, previously holding certifications with Stott Pilates, and I have my Group Fitness Certification through ACE (the American Council on Exercise). I received my 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Chrissy Carter, in NYC, NY. I’ve had additional Power Yoga Teacher training with Baptiste Power Yoga and Luca Richards. I have my Health Coaching Certification through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN). I am currently pursuing  comprehensive Pilates training with Class Pilates Education.

This site is the home base for sharing with you the practice of mindfulness and movement. I offer you the tools: via fitness classes, as well as blog posts and courses, that will help you improve your health: mind, body, and soul. I am especially excited to announce live classes are back!